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[ale] Rename br0 interface in Debian
- Subject: [ale] Rename br0 interface in Debian
- From: agcarver+ale at acarver.net (Alex Carver)
- Date: Fri, 29 Nov 2019 15:09:22 -0800
- In-reply-to: <196[email protected]>
- References: <196[email protected]>
On 2019-11-29 14:26, Chris Fowler via Ale wrote:
> I've replaced my router with a J1900 mini-computer with 4 ports. 1 port is bridge name br1 (only one member), and the other 3 is part of br0.
> I'd like to change the name of br1 to wan0 and br0 to lan0 to avoid confusion, but I'm having a hard time finding examples to use with /etc/networks/interfaces
> On my old i586 based fw I had used ntop in the past to show me what was coming across the wan and where it was coming from. This device is faster and has 4 cores. Is there anything like ntop, but more reporting options in the web interface?
Under "Configuring bridging in /etc/network/interfaces
The name is entirely up to you just like you can name Ethernet ports
anything you want.